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We are constantly improving Contensis by releasing new features, squashing bugs, and delivering fresh documentation. Here's what's been happening recently.

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Contensis 12.0

  • Breaking change

    Delivery API - Nodes

    Understand the hierarchical makeup of a site's navigational structure by node relationships in the Delivery API. Build a top level navigation menu, create breadcrumbs, or render content at a particular URL quickly and easily with updated methods in the API. Whether you're using JS or .NET, we've got you covered.

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  • Breaking change

    Removal of baseURIs

    In v11 we introduced a property in an entry called baseUris. The purpose of the property was to identify which publishing servers were enabled for assets, web pages and images. This was used to cater for the scenario where you had publishing disabled on a per-folder basis. We have recognised that this concept does not have a future in content types and entries and therefore we have chosen to remove the property before it is more widely used. 

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  • Breaking change

    Removal of slug on entry links

    With the introduction of nodes. We have two slug concepts. We have the original implementation which was an entry having a slug and we now have nodes which have slugs. We see the future being with node slugs and therefore felt it would be confusing to continue to have slug on an entry link. Add to that the fact we now include URI’s on entry links this would have become very confusing.

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  • Breaking change

    The sys.uri of an entry is now null if not attached to a node

    In previous versions the URI of an entry in both Management and Delivery APIs would be the API path to the entry resource. This made sense at the time as we didn’t have a concept of nodes where an entry could be given a location on your site.

    Now we have introduced nodes. It makes more sense to have the URI as null in the Delivery API if you haven’t attached it to a node. This clearly indicates that an entry hasn’t got a location on your site.

    In the Management API we have removed sys.uri entirely as nodes are a delivery concern. 

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